Clubs and Groups

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Attention All Singers in Grades 3-6!

Rehearsals will be every Thursday from 3:30-5:00 in the Music Room

Starting Thursday, Sep 7, 2023.

We will rehearse weekly until our performances on 

Thursday, November 16, at 6:30 P.M. and Friday, November 17, at 9:00 A.M.


Please fill out the Registration Form and return to 

Ms. Toline with $10 (Cash or check made out to ERE to be used for Choir t-shirts) 

by Friday, September 1, 2023

Run Club

Run Club is a chance for students to run a mile before school on select days. It is organized and supervised by ERE staff and is always lots of fun.

Who: All Eagle Ridge students (grades K-6). Parent's are welcome and encouraged to join.
 If your child cannot independently complete 1 mile in 15 minutes, a parent MUST accompany them.



Battle of the Books

We are so excited to have another fantastic year of Battle of the Books here at ERE! Please read the
information below to see if your student would be interested in joining. 

About BOTB:
Battle of the Books is a bowl-style trivia tournament that’s all about books, engaging hundreds of young
minds every year! Dozens of teams in grades 3-6 compete against each other in inter-school battles and
finals tournaments to determine a districtwide champion for all of Douglas County.

Students love Battle of the Books, but please know it requires a lot of reading. Your child should begin reading at the beginning of September when the list from DCL is released. Two books will need to be read by the beginning of October. Students will need to be prepared to read 10 books (students may be assigned some, but not all of the books) and meet Monday mornings at ERE library from 7:45-8:25am. While it’s lots of fun, it also involves work and commitment. If a student isn’t completing the reading, participating in our meetings, and contributing, we will have to ask them to leave our team. Please sign up with this link if your student is interested in competing in the Battle of the Books.

EBOP: Band and Orchestra at Eagle Ridge

Do you know the benefits of playing an instrument, just a few are:

  1. Increases the capacity of your memory

  2. Refines your time management and organizational skills

  3. Boosts your team skills.

  4. Teaches you perseverance

  5. Enhances your coordination

  6. Betters your mathematical ability

  7. Improves your reading and comprehension skills

  8. Increases your responsibility.

In essence, playing an instrument is good for you and fun! So join EBOP!


EBOP is the Elementary Band and Orchestra Program offered at Highlands Ranch High School for HRHS elementary feeder schools. Students in 5th and 6th grade have the opportunity to learn an instrument while gaining musical experience with their peers. In addition, students develop relationships with future Cresthill Middle School peers which can have a positive impact on their educational experiences as they move on to middle school and high school.

Band instrument instruction is available to students on flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone, and drums/percussion. Orchestra (String) instrument instruction is available to students on violin and cello.


Chess Club:

See FLYER for more info

National Chess Master Todd Bardwick will be offering an eight-week chess class at Eagle Ridge Elementary starting on Monday, January 22, 2024.


The class will be structured teaching in the first half hour and then the students will play each other the second half hour while Todd gives suggestions, answers questions, and helps them to better understand chess strategies. The students will be introduced to all phases of the game, etiquette, tactics, and strategies. No prior chess knowledge is necessary. Grades K-6.


Chess class will meet in Art Room from 7:30-8:30 am on Monday mornings before school. 

Dates for the class areJanuary 22, 29; February 5, 12, 26; March 4, 11, 25

Girls and Boys Cub Scouts

PACK 628 is sponsored by the Parents of Troop 628 and is a religiously unaffiliated group that meets at

Eagle Ridge Elementary. We invite families from our home school, Acres Green, Fox Creek, Lone Tree

and Wildcat Mountain Elementary schools to join our community of outdoor enthusiasts.

 All boys and girls in grades K-5 are welcome!

Learn more about PACK 628 at

or contact [email protected] for more information.

WIZE Computing Academy: Coding and Robotics Club

Classes run for the whole school year, every Wednesday from 3:30-4:15

Register Here


Students are introduced to creative coding and robotics through fun and engaging projects, stories and animations. In this tested & proven curriculum, we help students develop into logical thinkers, problem solvers and creators through creative coding projects using MIT Scratch or Scratch Jr. Students adventure through code as they begin creating animations, games, music, and videos of their super heroes. They also collaborate on projects and share their projects online. This program allows students to develop 21st century skills through the use of technology. No prior coding experience needed.


Students create and code robots, and learn to apply important concepts like light & sound sensors, gears, pulleys, axles and levers etc. Students program and debug in real time applying the concepts learnt in class and then transition into the world of electrical engineering & robotics. Great class for engineers of tomorrow!!

Concepts covered:
* Block Programming
* Motors, Pulleys, and Gears
* Gearing Up & Down
* Sensors – Motion, Tilt, Color & Infrared

Modding with Minecraft:

As they progress through the year, students get to go beyond just playing Minecraft, they get to program it! They imagine, create and share amazing mods in Minecraft by learning programming concepts and applying them to realize their ideas. We are excited to see what amazing ideas and "mods" students come up with! Students are challenged to think logically and apply their critical reasoning skills to create mods by learning to write and deploy code in the Minecraft environment. No prior coding experience needed.

Strategic Kids - Cartooning or Lego Architecture 


Strategic Cartooning -

Wednesdays After School, 3:30-4:30 in the Art Room (8/30-11/1)

Your child will have a blast learning how to draw simple and silly STEAM* related Strategic Cartoons step by step with a fun and energetic Strategic Kids Cartoonist. Children will learn how to draw a variety of Strategic Cartoons during each session, including sea creatures and geometric shapes. Students will learn about various Strategic Cartooning techniques, such as shading and perspective. Life skills learned while doing Strategic Cartooning include writing & printing, focusing, creating, problem-solving, and building confidence. Strategic Cartooning is for all levels of students!

Strategic Kids: LEGO Architecture + LEGO Ninjas: The World of Ninjago - 

Thursdays After School, 3:30-4:30 in the Art Room (8/31-11/2)

LEGO® Architecture will allow students the opportunity to explore some of the most amazing architectural ideas from around the world and through history by building with LEGO®. Simple architectural concepts will be introduced to the students each meeting, and the children will design and build structures with LEGO® inspired by the historical examples and better building techniques detailed and explained by your fun coach! The session will end with the children showcasing the concepts they learned over the course of the class.


Art Enrichment Classes